- Young Thato had the Twitter streets in stitches after an image of a 'letter of demand' was shared
- Thato demanded that R350 be paid through a formal letter which included an invoice number
- SAns agreed that the little one deserved to get paid and jokingly mentioned that lawyers would have to get involved
@Tsontsa_G shared an image of a hilarious letter a child sent to their parents. Thato wrote an invoice out for his/her parents for an amount of R350. The invoice, numbered 007, was written in email format.
From names of the recipient and subject to a formal 'Kind regards' at the end, Thato's letter had Mzansi shook as they didn't realise how smart kids really are. @Tsontsa_G's post gained over 2000 likes on Twitter.
SAns shared some equally funny posts about Thato's payment that needed to be received as a matter of urgency.
Take a look at Thato's letter of demand below:
Read some of the hilarious responses left under the post below:
"I think Thato is gonna be in need of some legal representation. These clients seem like they don't pay."
@Lepotlapotla_45 responded with:
"You are ordered to pay Thato with immediate effect by the highest court in South Africa."
"Mom, please see to it that our client receives what is due to him today. Failure to do so, Portia and associates will have no option but to take this matter to the court. You have four hours to respond."
"Y'all need to pay Thato or lawyers will be involved."
In other news about kids writing letters, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a little girl who penned a letter to her unemployed father on the sixth birthday. A moved father with the Twitter handle, @longe_taiwo recently headed to Twitter to share a picture of the touching note his daughter had written to him on her sixth birthday about the gift he promised to buy her - an iPad.
In the note, the thoughtful little one lets her dad know that she is aware of his financial situation and the fact that he is unable to afford the iPad. She then asks him not to worry too much because God will soon send him a good job.
"I know you did not buy it because you do not have money, don't worry you hear? God will provide a good job and plenty of money for you, you hear?"
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